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Nokia 6630 Using USB Cable On Debian

I’m going to discuss what I did in order to get my Nokia 6630 to work with my Debian box using the USB cable that came with it. Start by updating your database and installing what we need.
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Earlier on I had looked into several ways I could do this, but nothing was clean and simple (like it should be). There was literally no way you could get away without having to put your hands right into the guts of the Linux OS and play around with devices and source code. And since, more often than not compiling source code fails because of some obscure dependency issues, I dropped the idea in favor of sanity.

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